Call for Papers: Manchester Journal of International Economic Law

Manchester Journal of International Economic Law. The Manchester Journal of International Economic Law is requesting abstracts for potential submissions to the December 2016 issue examining the theme of Interactions of International Organizations, Private Economic Actors and Resources.

The journal covers all aspects of international economic law including in particular world trade law, international investment law, international monetary and financial law, international taxation, international labour law, international corporate responsibility and international development law. The journal’s focus is mainly from a Public International Law perspective  and includes comparative analysis within the context of a discourse in Public International Law. The aims of MJIEL are to promote:

  • Independent, original and alternative perspectives to international economic relations.
  • Fuller coverage of international economic relations in all its spheres.
  • A holistic focus on international economic issues.
  • Awareness of a development dimension in international economic relations.


Abstracts of proposed submissions are welcome on this subject, which might include, but are by no means limited to:

(i) the treasury operations of International Financial Institutions (IFIs);

(ii) the anti-corruption, procurement, disbarment and similar initiatives of IFIs and other international organizations (IOs);

(iii) the utilisation by IOs of private/philanthropic funding and public-private partnerships, particularly in the domain of global public health initiatives; and

(iv) the influence of IOs on world trade and investment, regulation and standards-setting.  Abstracts of proposed submissions (500 words maximum, with an accompanying CV) should be sent to the Guest Editor, Peter Quayle, at pquayle {at} nd(.)edu by 18 March 2016. Submissions selected for development from abstracts will be subsequently peer-reviewed.

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